I am slowly and slowly becoming more disappointed with my DM, story we are doing is so bland and boring and most of our characters have the drive to do the stuff he wants us to do to progress in his story. That and it is super predictable, or we will joke about something cool that might happen and then he just puts it in because our idea was better. I feel like I could do such a better job than him, but at the same time, I don’t like DMing so I am stuck at a crossroad.
I drew most of this a while ago I just never showed it, so here. I am not totally ignoring my art duties I swear. I designed most of them off of the people whom actually own the characters, which led to some fun with different face shapes.
i wore something cute today and took picctures of me in it wut up
buuut never wear out- UHU would be totes awks
You look adorable ahhhh, proud boyfriend moments.
"Yes, but that’s still a minority! If more women played video games, there would be more reason to have female protagonists!"
You say 0% of the 25 biggest games this year have female protagonists; I happen to see 4 from my knowledge of the games on the list you provided. Sorry, I usually don’t voice myself but this post bugged me, try to be more accurate.
I know the few people who follow me probably just want me to draw, but I was pretty excited about my new Slytherin ensemble partially thanks to my roommate buying me the bow tie for Christmas. Pretty bad quality but whatever.
This is a superhero concept I’ve had for a while, it is a revision of an older hero I made a really short/bad comic about. This revision makes him appear more like a hero than his original design. I kinda imagine him of an in-between of Captain America and Wolverine. His powers (which I’m not sure how to explain) give him enhanced strength and near impervious durability.